It’s officially Man United’s worst start in the top league since 1986, at which point a certain Alex Ferguson was installed as manager. With a couple of hundred million spent on players it has to be only a matter of time before van Gaal’s team start producing the goods. Their form line at home though is very good Played 5: Won 3, Drawn 1 (Chelsea 1-1), and Lost 1 (Swansea 2-1 on 1st day of season) Scored 10 and Conceded 5.
The problem they have is that they have conceded in ten out of eleven games in all competitions this season. In fact the only team not to score against them this season was Burnley in a 0-0 draw. Only Chelsea and Southampton have a better goal scoring record at home than United. With Smalling’s sending off in last week’s derby just adding to the long list of injured defensive players unavailable, Crystal Palace may believe they can get something from this game. That said the honeymoon period with Warnock may be at an end given their last defeat against Sunderland. Crystal Palace’s away form reads Played 5: Won 1 (3-2 at Everton) Drawn 2, Lost 2, Scored 9 and Conceded 11. That inept performance at home against the Black Cats on Monday perhaps indicates where they should stand in the league. The 1-3 defeat against those relegation candidates Sunderland does not inspire any confidence that they can get anything from this game. The advice here is a clear Manchester United win @ 2/5 (1.4). As a side bet, new customers use your £5 Risk Free Bet on taking Di Maria to provide a goal assist @ 7/4 (2.75).
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Man United win @ 2/5 (1.4)
Di Maria to provide a goal assist @ 7/4 (2.75)